Quick Frying Pan Japanese Curry. Delicious Japanese chicken curry recipe for a quick weeknight dinner. The Japanese curry is a popular dish outside of Japan as well, especially in Asian countries. I receive so many requests from readers for that recipe.
Japanese curry (カレー, karē) is commonly served in three main forms: curry rice (カレーライス, karē raisu, curry over rice), curry udon (curry over noodles), and curry bread (a curry-filled pastry). Kare Pan or Japanese Curry Buns are round morsels of bread dough stuffed with a curry mixture, rolled in Panko crumbs, and deep-fried to a golden crispness. Aparna of My Diverse Kitchen is the host kitchen for April for the Bread Baking Babes. This Tasty Quick Frying Pan Japanese Curry using 8 simple ingredients and 9 easy steps. Follow these simple steps to cook this tasty food.
Ingredients of Quick Frying Pan Japanese Curry
- It’s 100 mL of rice.
- It’s 120 mL of water for rice.
- You need of Amount for one person of curry roux.
- Prepare 1/8 of onion.
- You need 1/2 of tomato.
- Prepare 60 g of canned tuna (you can use sausage or bacon instead).
- Prepare 100 mL of water for curry.
- You need 30 cm of aluminum foil.
She chose these buns as the monthly challenge. Japanese curry is a quick, easy, fail-safe recipe, making it an excellent choice for busy people to prepare a simply delicious meal. Pan frying creates another layer of flavor to the curry through Maillard reaction, which will not happen by simmering the chicken. Have a taste of these delicious Japanese curry buns!
Quick Frying Pan Japanese Curry instructions
- Rinse the rice two times. Drain the water..
- Cut the curry roux into small pieces to make it easy to dissolve. (A).
- Thinly cut the onion into wedges. (A).
- Cut the tomato into dices. (A).
- Make a bowl with the aluminum foil..
- Put (A) and tuna into the bowl..
- Place the rinsed rice in a frying pan. Make a circle using the rice to put the bowl inside of it. Put the bowl inside of the formed circle and pour 100 mL of water into the bowl. Then pour 120 mL of water toward the rice..
- Cover the frying pan with a lid and heat for 5 minutes over medium heat. Then reduce the heat to low and heat it for 5 minutes. DO NOT OPEN THE LID WHILE COOKING..
- Serve the cooked rice and curry on a plate. Now your curry and rice are ready!.
The buns are crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside and filled with mild curry. Bea these Japanese curry breads are delicious! Only one bread opened a small hole when I was frying LOL! Never tried them before in my life!! These Kare Pan, or Curry Buns, consist of Japanese curry wrapped in yeasted bread dough, coated with panko, and then deep fried.